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YOU DON'T KNOW JACK, the original quiz show party game, is back and trivia-y-er than ever You're the contestant in a truly interactive game show experience, complete with cash, prizes, backstage characters, pounding music, bizarre sound effects and your lovable yet verbally sassy host, Cookie Masterson.
Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Newer Post Older Post Home. Social Profiles. Deer Hunter Travel the globe to hunt in six incredibly detailed natura Instead of a game show, The Ride puts players on a one-way elevator ride guess which direction.
By answering a Moral Dilemma at the game's opening, you inadvertently choose one of topics, which range from War to Fetishes, for your question trip.
Oh, yes this game's definitely aimed at teenagers and up. Screwing your opponent is much more lethal now--the more you pound the S key, the more screws fill the screen to obliterate the answer.
The Ride still adheres to Jacks trademark low-flash high-class graphic philosophy; most of the screen remains black while animated text pokes through the void.
There's so much excellent sarcastic chatter from the game's five announcers--even the original host; Nate, has returned--that the game now ships on two discs.
Inexplicably, though, there's still no way to reconfigure the buzzer keys. The Ride plays much faster than earlier Jack volumes; it's more focused and even more mean-spirited.
This is Jack: The Second Coming--and fens won't want to miss it. The experience is beyond just running a game program.
From the moment you pop in that CD-ROM disc, you aren't playing a computer game'you're playing interactive television.
Or rather, you're playing the type of thing interactive television hopes to become when your TV gets some real computing power. When the program starts, you can hear the general hustle-bustle and background noise of the final minutes of setup before a TV game show begins.
If you've had a chance to visit the taping of a real game show in Hollywood, as I have, you'll realize how accurate it all sounds.
The host starts asking you some initial questions: How many people will be playing up to three , what are the players' first names, and would you like a quick seven-question game or the full question tournament?
He explains your keyboard assignments, then you're launched into the game proper. Each player has an assigned key that's analogous to the buzz-in button you've seen on TV game shows.
Two players are assigned keys at each end of the keyboard; a third player gets a key in the middle I played a three-player game on a laptop once, and it was a bit cozy.
It's a quiz-show format, with ultra-hip and sometimes cryptic questions and categories. Sample category: "Dirty Dancing and Flightless Birds.
The winner of the previous question gets to choose the next category. It takes a bit of experience to be able to even partly decipher the meaning of the categories before you see the resulting question.
Once someone chooses a category, the question pops up'both in text form, and read aloud by our oh-so-hip host. There's a lot of voice in this game.
You buzzed in before I finished reading the question! Well, let's see if you can just type out the answer for us!
I was surprised when I found out that the actor playing the host changed from YDKJ to YDKJ2, since he sounded nearly the same there's a bit of chatter in the intro implying that the new host is a cousin of the previous host.
In classic game show tradition, you make money for every question you answer correctly. Some questions are timed, with the payoff growing smaller as time passes.
Conversely, you lose money with wrong answers. And surprisingly, all the voices, insults and witty remarks come out instantly, without hesitation or load times.
This is a fun single-player game and an even better group party game. If you have a sense of humor and can appreciate pop culture references and extreme sarcasm, get this game!
And God willing. Sierra will be kind enough to bless us with more console editions of You Don't Know Jack. If you've played any PC or Mac installment in this quirky quiz series, then you know what to expect here.
This PlayStation version is just as wickedly fun, funny and irreverent. Go buy it and invite some friends over.
If you've never played a Jack game, then you're really in for a treat. This is the ultimate party game. The jokes are ripped right from pop culture and geared to us grownups.
Heck, even your girlfriend will love this thing. I was in a real dilemma as to how I should score this It's just a trivia game whine, whine, winge, winge.
It's the perfect party game. It's fun, it's challenging, the presentation is incredible and you'll have more of a laugh with this than any other game in your collection.
If you're a 'social' gamer If your friends come over a lot for some multiplayer fun, then stop reading this and go buy You Don't Know Jack.
Are you back? Then let me tell you what you just bought: The best four-player party game ever made. It's hilarious, witty and will provide hours upon hours of good times.
What's more, this PS version feels right on the system--it's not a half-assed port. And if you don't have a multi-tap, go back to the store and buy one of those as well.